Shahid Afridi responsible for one-run defeat against South Africa, says Aamir Sohail

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  1. Sher4
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    Sher4 Youngsta Beauty

    Oct 31, 2013
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    Thanks,you sseem to be a good poster as well( anyone who supports Riaz is sensible IMO).

    My view on this is simple, Afridi was the biggest culprit and Sohail is spot on in his views.
     
  2. aliahad
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    aliahad Youngsta Beauty

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    I am not sure how Aamir Sohail come with these comments. I believe he still a part of Lahore vs Kaachi lobby. I saw the highlights Lala started with double by sweeping Immi, the short ball was asking to be hit the only thing I see it hit the bottom of his bat and I didn't see any rush of blood.

    Lala should ask Aamir whom should we blame for the 96 quarter final defeat ?
     
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  3. Bilal123
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    Bilal123 Tracer Bullet

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    He played ok up until he got out. Pak needs players who can finish a job off, not give it away after a 50. The team lacks mentally strong players and he's just another who doesn't seem to have the guts to dictate play. Pak needs players with some fire in their bellies. Hunger to win.
     
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    Stan1 Talented

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    not alone he's not responsible, but we have a right to expect more of him after so much experience.
     
  5. Bilal123
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    Bilal123 Tracer Bullet

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    The guy played a terrible shot. He is to blame for this loss as well.
     
  6. WaQaReD!
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    WaQaReD! Talented

    Sep 13, 2011
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    dont think he is responsible but he was definetly part of the reason as the last line of defense and senior player but how about guys like Akmal and Amin put their hand up and try to make the next step up by guiding us home? the youngsters rarely seem to be able to take any responsibility upon themselves
     

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